City Budget Proposes to Penalize People for Helping the Environment
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A new report predicts Toronto will see drastically more heat waves and rainfall in 2040. The report urges Council to consider these facts to help Toronto prepare for climate change, but City Hall has deferred discussion on it until next year. Some of the report findings:
At the November 27th City Council Meeting, Council will consider whether to proceed with these cuts. Please call your Councillor today and tell them you do not support cuts to important environmental services.
Getting Toronto to 80% waste diversion
Last year, we worked hard to stop cuts to important environmental services proposed in the Core Service Review. Thankfully, with the help of TEA supporters, most of these cuts were stopped.
TTCriders give bad grades to the TTC in report card
More recycling for Toronto!
Why is air quality in some areas of Toronto worse than others, and what does that mean for our health? Toronto Public Health's ChemTRAC program can help answer these questions.
Transit riders faced yet another rollercoaster ride in the last few weeks with the birth and death of the OneCity Transit Expansion plan.
Comedy Jam June 10; Good Neighbour resource website
Going in Circles, TEA's new Report Card shows that, as a whole, City Council has made little progress on environmental issues over the last year and a half.
Join TEA as we reflect on how to move from defending what we have to building something better.
Bring us your pennies....or let us pick them up!
On February 27th, the Board of Health reviewed a groundbreaking air quality study by the Toronto Environment Office looking at health impacts of air pollution in Toronto's downtown east end.